Mobility for survival: A process analysis of Aboriginal population movement in Central Australia
This study arose from requests for assistance from Aboriginal groups based in Alice Springs, in particular, the Pitjanjatjara Council and the Arrente people. These and other groups were concerned with the problems which population movement posed for service provision and with the lack of understanding of Aboriginal mobility processes shown by administrators and others. The government shared these concerns. In late 1983 the Department of Aboriginal Affairs provided funds for a study of...[Show more]
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